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IMPORTANT LABOR CAMPAIGN. MR FISHER AT BALLARAT. WILL DEAL WITH MR M'GRATH'S SUSPENSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
IMPORTANT LABOR OAMPAIGN.' MR 'FISHER AT BALLARAT." WILL 'DEAIL WITH: MR 'XM GRATH'8 ; SUSPENSION. f.:r'Andrew Fisher, leader of the Fe, deral Opposition, will early next monthestart, on what will prove to be an important campaign. He will open in. the Melbourne Town Hall, and then go to Ballarat and Bendigo. In Balla rat he will deal specially with the standing orders, and the suspensign of Mr D. C. M' Grath. He will then go on to Sydney, Ba. thnrst, Goulburn, Brisbane, Mary. Borough, and Mackay. ''Mr Fisher will be supported by a contingent of the leading members of both Houses, and it is anticipated that there will be some vigorous speaking. The exact itinerary of the campaign will be made known in a few days.. The Norwegian barque "Elipti ka," while on a voyage from the Tyne to Cogliari, foundered in the Bay of Biscay. Eleven of the crew were rescued but ten, including the captain, lost their lives. ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. "I was inclined to be constipated and was always compel...
The Evil that Men Do Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
[he Evil. that oen Do BY M. P. 8HIEL. Author of "The' Rajah's Sapphire,' "Prince Zaleski" etc. I Published by special arrangems~e with Ward, Lock and Co. fAll Bights Reserved.1 t CHAPTER XXII.-(Continued,) These letters, at any rate, Hartwell wrote, crushing himself with grim fips; and Anderson took them on his :over-hack to Felmingham. The day after the liberation ot Martha, in the afternoon, the outfit for her and the trunk of clothes foir Hartwell, together with the packet of papers which he had asked Mist Scatchett for, arrived from London He wanted that packet of letters be :ause it contained an old letter from me Elizabeth Seward, which said that 'the girl" had run away, "to go tc her mother," but had been recaptur. sd; it had no address, no date. but the postmark on the envelope indicat ed a village (Birdlip) in Gloucester. 3 shire; and Hartwell knew that one Elizabeth Seward drew the half-yearly interest of a fund placed by Drayton in a Cheltenham bank for her use. He had ne...
ASYLUM HILL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
ASYLUM HILL HOTEL., The second case was the Asylum Hill Hotel, the. owner and licensee.of which is Joseph F. Colthurst. Mr Grano re presented the licensee. * Dr. Philpott, superintendenit at the Ararat Hospital for the Insane, said the notel was nearly opposite to the most used entrance to the asylum. He did not think the hotel was -required. There' were 'nightly' disturbances there, particularly on Saturdays and Wednes. dlays, whicu somewhat disturbed the neighborhood. His private residence was about 100 or 160 yards away. Mr Grano=-I perhaps could get all your attendants, who would say that the hotel was necessary. Witness-A great percentage of the inmates of the institution are brought there through drink, and when they ge out for recreation purposes they might drift to the hotel. "-He did not say that they did. Mr Grano-Which Was there first, the asylum or the hotel 9 Witness-If: the hotel was first,-it must be much-out of date. --Mr :Grano-And 'what about 1 the asylum ' -: . Wi...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. TYPHOID AT ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
: LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Wire.) '-MELBO.URNE, Wednesday Night. TYPHOID AT ARARAT; "Dr. Jones, of the Public Health De partment, who recently visited Ara rat in connection with an outbreak of typhoid,':has submitted 'a report.to the board. The report is a lengthy one; and deals exhaustively with the ques tions of drainage and water supply, and indicates the possibility of a -'!car rier." The report will be forwarded to the Ararat Borough Council. COLLISION IN THE YARRA. The interstate steamer-Bombala was being'towed through the swinging bas in, near the tUoogee's berth, in the Yarra this morning, when her. stern col lided with the. Geelong boat. The re sult of the collision was to sweep the Coogee's' deck- of all fittings, cut, her 'rigging to pieces and otherwise serious ly damage her. Details of the collision show that the Coogee ?vas coming in from Portarlington, and the Bombala was being towed :out ..by - the tug Sprightly and James Patterson.' The Zealandia and Wandanella were...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
AUCTION SALES. __________ - W Oj G .JRO Si AUCTIONEER"S, STOCK AND. STATION AGENTS, Land, Finance and Commission Agents, ARARAT.' Head Offices - HORSHAM, HAIIL TON AND NHILL. Branch Offices-Willaura, Lake Bolac, Casterton, Murton, Minyip, Warrack nabeal, Beulah, Rupanyup, Dimboola, Donald, Goroke. Ageicies at Strathdownie, Baielia aind Hopetoun. Auction and Clearing. Sales Conducted S.. 'in any part of tane State. LAND SALES A SPECIALTY. Trucking arrangements made for Fat Stock going to Ballarat and Mel bourne Markets. I Trust Monies to Lend at CurrentRate of Interest. AGENTS FOR- Dennys, Laseelles Ltd., Wool and Grain Brokers, Stock and Station .Agents, Geelong and Melbourne. The Australasian Miitual Live Stock Sssurance Society, Limited. The New:Zealand Insurance Co., Fire aind Marine, Accident, Sickness and Employer's Liability, Plate Glass, etc. Cooper's Sheep Dip. Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. Ronaldson Bros. and Tippett-Oil En gines. Business arranged with all the Lead i...
ARARAT WATER SUPPLY. DEPUTATION TO A SYMPATHETIC MINISTER. WILL SUBMIT SCHEME TO WATER COMMISSION WHEN APPROVED WILL ASK TREASURER TO ANTICIPATE SANCTION OF PARLIAMENT. PROBABLE COST £15,000. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
ARARAT WATER SUPPLY. DEPUTATIO:t TO A SYM1PATHET.C MI?NiSTER, WILL SUBMIT SCHEME TO WATER COLM ISSION WHEN APPROVED WILL ASK TREASURER TO ANTICIPATE SANCTION OF PARLIAMENT. PROBABLE COST £15,000. (From ofr Special Corresflondent.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. At noon to-day a deputation, consist ing of His Worship the Mayor (Cr G. Burn), Cr J. Irwin, representing the Borough Council of Ararat; Messrs T. L. Grano and A. Scholes, representing the Ararat Traders' Association, was introduced to the lion. W. Ilutchinson, Minister of Water Supply, by the local member, Mr R. F. Toutcher, M.L.A., in reference to steps being taken to pro vide a more up-to-date water supply for Ararat, which town during later years was making great progress, and promised to figure more in that re spect in the near future. Mr Toutcher said the deputation was a most representative one, and would have included representatives of the lo cal Fire Brigade had it not been that they were prevented from attending at th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
17., HARR8 & 00., THE... BL STORE BARGAINS Dress Lengths, 5 yards, S411, 5/11, 7/11. Dress Trlmmings, 3d yar- ..; Fancy Muslin and Cambr' s, 4/11. doz'. were i?/=yard:; . Special Line Crepes, 7d ?ard. :i .i ~ 7 White Towels, 5d. large size. Strong Unbleached Sheett g, 1/4k. Unbleached Table Damas ,: 1/-. Ladies' White costumes, 4'6, 7/6. Boys' Galatea Trousers, 1 ' d. Boys' Galatea Jumpers. BI G:?ld ,. .. Boys' Galatea Tunics, 1/f, Galatea Sailor Suits, 3s C:1. Boater Hats, d. . .. : REMNANTS I REMNANTS ! Suits to Mea. ;re from 32/6. - L,, ? , I & 00., THE Bi i STORE. " HEAR WHAT DUNN. &:ALLEN HAVE TO SAY I F You iseh to save Money, begin ." e year by giving your 'Business ton the I Cash Store.. You will be surprin d at our Low Prices. . It is a positive fact and we can pi'ive it if you gh\t. us the'opportunity. Now is the best time to do the Saving. Look at our Prices for, the. month. Cordials of all sorts, 1/.- . - Clear Glass Salad Bowls, 6d to O.T. Pu-ch,...
TIGER HUNTING IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
TIGER' HUNTING IN INDIA. An exciting story of a tiger hunt in India appears in the "Field," in which a party. of British officers figure. They were but beating with elephants, when one of the hunted turned the tables. and fatal results might easily have re sued. -The tiger had broken through the line of elephants several times to avoid the guns. But at length Car stairs,, arranging the elephants in an 'art and -very close together; got him I ?efore them, in the centre, and pressed hii' so closely that the tiger apparently made.up his mind it was no place-for him,.and bolted away through the grass -ina' right royal rage towards the spot where Jackson was stationel. Ho was wondering when the tiger would stp out and. give him his nice easy target shot: .'Suddenly, just at the edge of tlhe grass, barely 10 feet away, two angry roars resounded. The elephants swung round, and the next second, while Jack son was bent double over the front of the-howdah and was clutching wildly at the mahou...
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. SITTINGS AT ARARAT. FATE OF HOTELS IN THE BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. SITTINCS AT ARARAT. FATE OF HOTELS IN THE BALANCE. The members of the Licenses Reduc tion Board arrived in Ararat on Mon day evening, and on Tuesday morning, at the Ararat Court House, commenced its deprivation sittings. The board consisted of Messrs lobert Barr (chair man), and Thomas F. Cumming, while Mr W. 11. Banks was the secretary. Su pecrintendent Canty, licensing inspector, appeared on behalf of the poli,:e. The chairman said that the board had decided to take three cases each uay, in alphabetical order. There had been a change in the constitution of toe board. One of its members, Mr Charles L. Andrews, had resigned, and a new member had seen appointed, but his appointment did not take ettect till the 1st March next. It was their inten tion to hear the evidence in respect to 11i? several hotels listed, to inspect the hotels, and then aejourn the sittings till a future date so that there could be a full sitting of the board, so that pro Iably it woul...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. Great Western v. Stawell Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGiNCE. . CRICKET. Great Western v. Stawell Railways. The former team journeyed to .:a well:on Saturday for a return match, but were defeated. Oakley, who unfor tunately was 'putIon to bowl too late,: secured 7 wickets for 6 runs.: The fol lowing are the scores :- :.; Great Western. N. Toohey, b Constable .. .. .. . 0 G. Horne, b Cami~bell .?.' ?.. 3 l Bas-b'Clark ... ... 16 J..Matthews; b Camnpbell . I: . 0 J.Haris, e btanton b-'Coiistable.:. 1 J Tooihey, .13Wampibell"'._. . i TI Martin,: c:ind.b: Constable. : i. 6 1; (fisson, 0 'Constable ;'. ;: 2 L . Smith, b U..mpbell . . .. 0 R. Day, b Clarke ; .. 12 Oakley, not out 14. . .. Total 61 Stawell Constable, s?;. b Toohiey . ?..: 7 Durack, b Hornme:. S .; - .. - 7 Serivener, b Oakley .... .... 62 Clarke,' b Oakley .. :. . .:. 1. 12 Geaney, e norne, b Oakley .. S Stanton, b Oakley - -:: ?.. . 1 Campbell, b Gliss: . . 4 Lysaski, not out .0 .... . carter, b Oakley .. ...; .. 0 Rasmussen, b Oakley 0.... .... . Melbourne, -...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
MELBOURNi: SHARE MARKET. Yesterday's quotations of Ararat stocks were as under : .Cathcart-Buyers, 2/3. Do. (paid) -Buyers, 2/3; sellers, 2/6. Catheart C~ntra!-Buyers, 30/9; sellers, 32/6. Catheart Victory-Buyers, 1/7; sel lers, 1/9. Great Langi Logan-Buyers, 3/6; sellers, 3/10. Langi Logan North-Buyers, 5/6; sellers, 5/9. Do.. (paid)-Sellers, 9/. Langi" Logan South--Buyers, 14/; sellers, 15/. New Langi Logan-Buyers, 32/6; sellers, 32/9.. '"o. (paid)--Biyers, 33/3 ; sellers, 35/1. Upper Langi Logan-Buyers, 1/41; sellers, 1/44 ; sales, 1/4. Do. (paid) sellers, 3/. F: E. STBRAGWARD, lirebhrokrer Memnber Stock Exchange. , : of-Maebooure, . 331 Collins Street; Melbourne. (Tel. 822fi.).-,;;;! : _:*> ..: : , ,'Privote?telehonne'Winlds ri No. 2879. GEORGE GO.SlTP, Agent. ?.: -,;i . -a - i m,, , :--?:,. "
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
FOOTBALL. At a comminittee meeting'.of the Hor sham Football Club on -Monday night, Mr Minbgue, of-Collingwood, was ap pointed coach at"a salary of £4 per week. He will also visit Nhill. and Dimboola once a wehk, and those -clubs are to be asked to contribute £1 per wveek. each towards the salary. " CROQUET. A Jteam from the :Alexandra- Croquet Club visited Hamilton on Tuesdayr last to play a match witt the club of that. town. The 'visitors were met at the train by the hon. secretary and con veyed to the ground, where they were refreshed with morning tea, after which play. was commenced. When several games nad. been decided a sumpntuous luncheon was served. in a marquee on. the, grounds, the-tables being .,prettily. decorated in the -home club's colors- blue and gold. When play was resumed after the -interval . another. game was played by each pair.. -, The results are as follow :--Mrs' Harris and'. I... H. Short beat Mrs Morris and ,Miss .Chis holm by 16 points;: Mrs Lawrence and M...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
S GENERAL A great fire has occurred at the petroleum works at Baku on the Cas pian Sea. Three reservoirs were - de stroyed, and the damage is placed at 1,000,000 roubles (about £100,000.) \Mr Winston Churchill, who has made several flights as a passenger in areo planes, on Tuesday piloted a water plane over the Solent (the channel be tween the Isle of Wight and the main land). It is understood that the First Lord located from his machine a sub marine which was manoeuvring below the surface. Six Russian bandits ambushed a cara van of forty vehicles on the Lodz Czestochowa road, and robbed 100 pas sengers of several thousand roubles. Sonic offered resistance, and three were severely wounded. The police have captured two of the bandits. A syndicate has subscribed the ne cessary capital to build a straight road from London to Brighton. The idea is that this thoroughfare should be solely devoted to motor traffic with a qluadruple track for different classes of vehicles. It is expected th...
SENSATIONAL RESCUE. A WIFE'S DREAM. DIRECTS RESCUE PARTY. WASHINGTON, Tuesday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
SENSATIONAL RESCUE. A WIFE'S DREAM. 'DIRECTS RESCUE PARTY. WASHINGTON, Tuesday Midnight. A remarkable -story of a sensational rescue comes front the town of Frank lin. A miner :named Mike Babanski waa working in one of the local mines when a fall of earth occurred, and cut him off. Rescue parties set to work, but thougli they seareled for nearly a week they were unsuccessful.' Baban ski's: wife, however, dreaint one "night that she heard hini calling her, aid di recting her. to ,where he was buried. She informed the rescues.parties, and incited b'y the story, they: setto work again and fodnd Babanski in tne exact spot indicated in the dream. The man is now recovering from his teirible ox perience.- -_ :.
FORCED INTO DUEL. TWO BROTHERS-IN-LAW. ONE FATALLY SHOT. BUDAPEST, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
FORCED INTO DUEL. TWO BROTHERS-IN-LAW. - ONE EATALLY. SHOT. BUDAPEST, Monday. Lieutenant Hadju and Herr Sigmund Baboscray, an officer in the Hungarian reserves, who were brothers-in-law, were compelled last week to fight a duel under the army regulations, despite Baboscray's offer to . apologise for -a slight insult and Hadju's willingness to accept." Both pistols at the outset missed fire. Baboscray then tried to spare Hadju, and turned his head as he fired without aiming. The bullet, however, gtruck Hadju who dropped dead within a few paces of his brother-in-law.
RESISTING ARREST. FIGHT ON MISSISSIPPI. SEVERAL NEGROES KILLED. NEW YORK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
RESISTING ARREST. FIGHT ON MISSISSIPPI. SEVERAL NEGROES KILLED. NEW YORK, Monday. News is to hand from Tunica, a township near Memphis, on the Missis sippi River, of serious fighting between negroes and the sheriff's posse. An attempt was made to arrest a Iand of thirty negroes, who-were under the influence of drink, and were creat ing a disturbance. The blacks opened fire on their would-be captors, killing a deputy-sheriff. Several volleys were exchanged, and the white men were forced to beat a temporary retreat, owing to scarcity of ammunition. The negroes then fled, and the sheriff's posse having secured fresh ammunition tracked them, killing five at separate intervals. Bloodhounds were. secured, and are following the trails of the remaining fugitives. The white men swear .Jat they will kill every black who participated in the r ilce . .
BURNT CENSORSHIP ORDERS. PENALISING THE RAILWAY MEN. CAPETOWN, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
BURNT. CENSORSlIP ORDERS. PENALISING THE. IAILWAY". MEN. CAPETOWN, Tuesday Night. In the South' African Parliamenl to-' lay Generail Smuts, in-reply to a ques tion concerniiig'- .the' burning of the newspaper censorship' orders, said that n 16tth February he wired to Pretoria no order to burn a secret document fron the' War Office containing infor inatioi of worldwide effect. The docu ,ment was burnt because' new .orders hlad been received.' He moved for a se Icet committee to inquire- from what source Mr .Cresswell (Labor) had got his information as to the" burning of the censorship orders. A' bill has' been introduced, fining ail railway men who struck half a day's ay. "
A LABOR WELCOME. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 26 February 1914
A LABOR WELCOME. : LONDON, Tuesday. Thel si?amer iUmgeni, with, the de ported South African Labor leaders on board, arrived; at Gravesend: at :7.30 o'clock this morning., ·. A .': Labori deputation .welcomed,. the nine leaders. .The strictest secrecy was preserved to the last. ,. The deported Labor leaders -refused to leave. the steamer Umgeni. Tney demand to be taken back to. outh Afri ca;- and will forcibly resist any.attempt to remove them from the ship. . Mr Henderson and other Labor lead ers, speaking·from a launch, welcomed the deported :men. Mr Bain thanked them for the welt come, and 'said he and his colleagues aeting on legal advice, refused toleave the ship.